Local UFO authority has conference date

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Old Town resident Malcolm Robinson, will be speaking at Britain’s biggest UFO Conference on Saturday August 28.

Malcolm, 56, is acknowledged as one of the UK’s foremost authorities on UFO’s and strange phenonema.

He will be giving an address at Warminster 50 - the anniversary of what’s been called the ‘Warminster Thing’ which comprised of a series of strange UFO sightings above the town of Warminster in Wiltshire starting in 1965.

Malcolm will be presenting a power point presentation showcasing the similarities between the English town of Warminster and it’s Scottish counterpart, Bonnybridge, another UK town which has seen numerous UFO sightings.

UFOlogists call these towns, ‘UFO Hotspots’ or ‘Window Areas’.

Malcolm was featured in the Sun newspaper earlier this week about the research work he does.

He explained: “The vast majority of reports can be explained and I’ll admit that a lot of UFO sightings are absolute nonsense - but the small five percent is fascinating and that is what we are trying to get a grip on.”

Malcolm spotted his first UFO at the age of 14 when he saw a large white egg-shaped object 200 yards overhead.

He was an investigator in a UFO landing case in Scotland - the only UK case of its kind where police forensic teams were present.

Malcolm said: “I have spoken to hundreds of witnesses, been on skywatches and witnessed strange things in the sky. I am totally convinced, because of the evidence, that we are dealing with something non-human.”

Malcolm says that he has seen a strange black ball in the sky over the East Hill, near his home.

He said: “In more than 40 years of research, no-one has tried to pull the wool over my eyes - people just want answers.

Malcolm says that his research society, Strange Phenomena Investigations (SPI) will be re-starting their monthly meetings at the Cinque Port pub 105, All Saints Street, Hastings, on Saturday September 26, from 2pm to 6pm.

Malcolm will present a lecture on World UFO Hot Spots which comprises of Warminster and Bonnybridge. Adults £5, OAP’s and children £2.50.

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